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  • City of Thompson Approved for Funding for New Wastewater Treatment Plant

    Mayor Dennis Fenske was joined today by the Honourable Shelly Glover, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages and Member of Parliament for Saint-Boniface and the Honourable Steve Ashton, Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation, to jointly announce funding of up to $24,333,333 for Thompson’s new Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). Click to read more...

  • COUNCIL APPROVES WATER TREATMENT PLANT LETTER OF INTENT

    A resolution to approve the Letter of Intent between Vale and the City of Thompson for the transfer of the Water Treatment Plant (WTP) was passed unanimously at the Regular Meeting of Council last night. Click to read more...

  • CITY OF THOMPSON SET TO LAUNCH COMMUNITY SAFETY OFFICER PROGRAM

    Justice Minister Allum was in Thompson today to announce funding for the highly anticipated Community Safety Officer Program (CSO). Click to read more....

  • City of Thompson Celebrates Community Volunteers

    Last night, the City of Thompson hosted its annual Volunteer Reception to acknowledge all of our volunteers and present the Volunteer of the Year Award. Approximately 40 people turned out to for the event. Click to read more...

  • City Releases 2015 Budget

    After several months of budget deliberations, Mayor and Council have finalized the 2015 financial plan and presented it at last night’s public hearing. Click to read more...

  • New General Manager for Thompson Unlimited

    Paul Desjardins has been selected as the new general manager for Thompson Unlimited. Paul and his family arrived in our region in 2009 from Southern Ontario. Click to read more...

  • City of Thompson Approved for Funding to Address Barriers to Employment for Urban Aboriginal Residents

    Mayor Fenske joined the Honourable Shelly Glover, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, on behalf of the Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, today to announce support for the City of Thompson’s efforts to address barriers to employment for urban Aboriginal people living in Northern Manitoba so they can fully participate in the local economy.